This morning, Post Malone had the misfortune of being involved in a car accident in West Hollywood while driving his Rolls Royce. According to Billboard, the vehicle was driven by the rapper's assistant who hit a Kia and then proceeded to crash into a fence on city-owned property. Post Malone was riding in the passenger seat during the casualty.

Based on the preliminary investigation led by Sgt. Andrew Meyers of the Beverly Hills Police Department, there were no injuries from the accident and alcohol was not a probable factor. Post Malone has not released an official statement regarding the incident, but he did post a tweet that seems to allude to it.

This event follows the emergency plane landing that Post Malone experienced a few weeks ago.

In other news, Nas has issued a statement to deny Kelis' abuse allegations. Get all the details right here.

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